Aired March 17th
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This academic year, the world saw firsthand just how far primary and secondary education could stretch. K-12 institutions across the globe challenged their decades-old systems to adjust to the realities of managing learning during a pandemic.

Join us and two education leaders as we address three key themes and reformed ideas which emerged based on student-centered learning:

  • Asynchronous learning as the “buzz word” for self-directed learning
  • With students bringing ideas and questions to the classroom, teachers assumed the role of being a conceptual conductor instead of the sole contributor
  • Instruction happening successfully anywhere (synchronously and asynchronously)

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Meet Our Speakers

Dr. Lynne Shipley

Instructional Coach for Communication Arts and Social Studies

Dr. Shipley is a proud 4th generation educator, 3rd generation graduate of Lincoln University in Jefferson City, MO, and 3rd generation member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. I started out as a printer and have spent the last 17 years as a professional educator. Our students deserve the best education, regardless of location, background, gender, orientation, race, or religious affiliation. I believe it is my mission to provide a foundation for our students to flourish, and this is done in the community schoolhouse.

Cynthia Ravalin

Director of Student Intervention Services, Atascadero Unified School District

Ravalin serves on The Educational Services Team at AUSD, which aims to produce the top students in the nation who are college, career, and citizenship ready. Equity and inclusion are top of mind to educators and leaders in the district and Ravalin is helping to ensure students are provided with the services they need to succeed during these times.

Bethany Stoltz

Customer Success Manager, Verbit

Stoltz is a K-12 and higher education influencer, working with educational institutions to help them bring their accessibility plans to life. In addition to serving as a former 6th grade math teacher in the state of Florida, Stoltz has significant experience working with district and school leaders in curriculum implementation across urban, rural and suburban environments. Bethany supported some of the nation’s largest districts in their shift to student-centered school environments through leader and teacher professional development and strategic planning.

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